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Dine In Your Own Glasshouse On The Waterfront

By Grace Noles
Good george north wharf glasshouse set up

In a time of social distancing and bubbles, there's a real chance to get creative with a 2-metre gap. As we all know, in Alert Level 2 restaurants must have tables spaced out to eliminate contact between seated diners. While most restaurants have spaced their tables out in usual fashion, Good George North Wharf has taken things to the next level.

The waterfront restaurant takes great pride in thinking outside of the box and elevating your dining experience – as well as prioritising your health and safety – which is why they've introduced their very own mini glasshouses.

Their line-up of glasshouses sits around the perimeter of the restaurant, keeping you warm, secluded, and cosy under the stars – perfect for date night.

Adhering to Level 2 rules, you'll be able to dine in a group of max. 10 people, with a two-hour table booking to soak up the unique dining experience.

You'll be able to enjoy Good George's craft beers and ciders of course, as well as their trendy menu full of big and small plates of modern Kiwi cuisine and gourmet comfort foods.

Good George North Wharf spread

Raising a glass to their glasshouses, they've got this social distancing thing down in the coolest way possible. Book your spot in a glasshouse here and don't forget to check out our Dining In Level 2 Guide before heading out!

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